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  • Hap Arnold Flight 30 scholarship awards

    Hap Arnold Flight 30, Order of Daedalians, awarded $3,000 scholarships to two outstanding Air Force ROTC cadets at their January Hap Arnold Consolidated Club luncheon. During the Brig. Gen. Russell Muncy, 452 AMW commander, presented a plaque and scholarship to Cadet Alexander Botello, a junior at Cal Poly Pomona who is a cadet at Detachment 50,
  • Getting a running start

    The first time Richard Aceves pinned a race bib to his shirt, it was because his mother asked him to help her prepare to run the Los Angeles Marathon.“She asked if I’d be interested in practicing and training with her,” he recalled. His mother, retired Senior Master Sgt. Silvia Aceves, was still serving and signed up to run the marathon as part of
  • Make quality time for yourself and family a priority

    If you can believe it, we’re already more than half way through the first month of 2017!  Do you have a cool calendar to mark important events that will occur this year?  There are so many fun and entertaining calendars being sold these days, most of us don’t put much thought into how our modern calendar came about. Turns out that those awesome
  • Successfully navigate 2017 tax season

    The Internal revenue Service is expected to begin accepting 2016 Tax Returns on Jan. 24, 2017. While some of us may be used to getting our refunds in early January, many refunds will be delayed several weeks this year because of a new law and increased safeguards against identity theft and fraud. For those claiming the earned income tax credit or
  • Final Curtain Call

    “It’s a labor of love,” Chief Master Sgt. Ronnie said as he looked across the Predator Bay at March Air Reserve Base Sept. 29. The room, once home to an MQ-1 Predator remotely piloted aircraft used for hands-on maintenance training, was instead full of chairs as personnel gathered to formally close and bid farewell to the 163d Attack Wing’s formal
  • Team March helps herald in the new year at Live on Green event

    Nearly one dozen members from Team March’s 452nd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron and 452nd Security Forces Squadron did not get much rest before the new year – they were busy volunteering their time informing and demonstrating to the public March Air Reserve Base’s mission capabilities at the Live on Green event in Pasadena, California, Dec. 30,
  • WASPs once flew at March Field

    In September of 1942, Army Air Forces Commanding General Henry H. “Hap” Arnold agreed to form two groups of qualified women pilots—the Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron (WAFS) and the Women's Flying Training Detachment (WFTD). These groups were intended to help meet the need for pilots to ferry aircraft during the war. A month later, on Aug. 5,
  • What does the JAG Corps do?

    We sometimes get asked the question “what does JAG do?”  The JAG Corps provides the United States Air Force with all types of legal support.  JAG Corps members assist Air Force organizations with all legal aspects of military operations including:  criminal law, legal assistance, civil and administrative law, labor and employment law, international
  • New policy allows March personnel to maintain firearms on base with proper credentials, SF approval

    Brig. Gen. Russell Muncy, Commander, 452nd Air Mobility Wing, signed a guidance memorandum on Nov. 19, 2016, approving significant changes to the annex of the Installation Defense Plan, which governs the use and control of privately owned firearms (POF) on March ARB and federal base property islands located outside the base perimeter.   The new
  • CES hosts power demonstration for family and friends

    The Airmen assigned to the 452nd Civil Engineer Squadron (CES) put on a power demonstration to exercise their contingency operations, at the 163rd Regional Training Site, at March Air Reserve Base, Dec. 3.                All four flights of CES, comprised of the March Field Fire Emergency Services, Prime BEEF (base engineer emergency force), EOD
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